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centred partners with Rainbow Jews and the Jewish Museum London for history tours throughout February

Mon, 03/02/2014 - 16:28 -- ashlee

 
centred partners with Rainbow Jews and the Jewish Museum London for history tours throughout February
 
Throughout February centred has partnered with Rainbow Jews and the Jewish Museum London adding additional content to complement the current tour, highlighting LGBTQ Jewish heritage in Soho, as well as Soho's broader Jewish community.
 
Click on any of the February tour dates in our events calender for more information.
 
LGBTQ Historical Tour Soho
 

LGBTQ Historical Tour Soho

Dusty Springfield
Photo of Dusty springfield
 
Meet outside Soho Theatre at 2pm
It costs £10 (£5 concessions) with the proceeds of the tour helping support the work of the charity
No need to book; everyone is welcome.
The whole tour is outside, so please wrap up warm if need be.
For more info click here
 

LGBTQ Historical Tour Soho

A photgraphy of the Trocadero Centre
Photo of the Trocadero Centre, home to the 'Lilly Pond'
 
Meet outside Soho Theatre at 2pm
It costs £10 (£5 concessions) with the proceeds of the tour helping support the work of the charity
No need to book; everyone is welcome.
The whole tour is outside, so please wrap up warm if need be.
For more info click here

LGBTQ Historical Tour Soho

A view of Soho Square from the 17th century
Drawing of Soho Square, originally named Kings Square, from the 17th Century
 
Meet outside Soho Theatre at 2pm
It costs £10 (£5 concessions) with the proceeds of the tour helping support the work of the charity
No need to book; everyone is welcome.
The whole tour is outside, so please wrap up warm if need be.

centred present paper at first Queer London conference held by the University of Westminster

Thu, 28/03/2013 - 16:51 -- Anonymous (not verified)
Poster for Queer London conference

 
Ric and Tim presented a paper as part of the University of Westminster's first Queer London conference on Saturday 23rd March. The conference was well attended with a waiting list of over 60. The paper was looking at our particular approach to heritage work with centred's LGBTQ history tour of Soho, and how this continues to be influenced by our values and broader communitty development work.
 

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